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Tori Reviews Bound By Blood


 Bound By Blood by P.A. Lupton

  • Paperback:360 pages
  • Publisher:Self Published (July 21, 2011)
  • Language:English
  • ISBN-10:0987749307
  • ISBN-13: 978-0987749307
  • Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Description:

“FBI agent and psychic, Brianna Reece, descends from an ancient and powerful bloodline of witches, only she doesn’t know it. But now that legacy has come back to bite her—literally.

In the shadows of night in Denver Colorado, a serial killer is hunting women, and FBI agent Brianna Reece is hunting the killer. Unlike any case she’s worked before, Brianna can’t ignore the prickling at the back of her neck when she glimpses the resemblance she shares with the victims. The investigation begins to touch even closer to home when it is revealed that all of the victims were also psychic.

Complicating matters further, Brianna is captivated by the FBI’s prime suspect Nathan Donovan. Though she senses he is hiding something from her, the attraction she feels for him is compelling, and unlike anything she’s ever experienced. Through a chance twist of fate, Nathan learns of Brianna’s ancestry and is forced to divulge secrets to Brianna that will change her life forever.

When she learns that the killer is an evil vampire, and he’s now set his sights on her, Nathan alone holds the key to awakening her dormant powers. Now he must race to teach her how to control her emergent gifts before she becomes the next victim.”

My Thoughts:

I really enjoyed reading Bound by Blood. I was drawn into the story from the very first page and the book held me throughout the entire tale. Brianna and Morrison are partners who are trying to solve a string of murders where the murderer is draining the victim’s blood and leaving no marks on the victim’s bodies. How are the victims connected? They follow-up on several leads which lead them to Nathan Donovan whose agency was hired to provide them with body guards for protection.

From the moment Brianna and Nathan meet, there is an undeniable connection between them. They feel an emotional pull and connection, but Brianna does not want to get involved with Nathan who is the top suspect in the murder investigation

Brianna later learns that Nathan is a vampire and was trying to protect the women who were murdered. The passion between Brianna and Nathan is amazing! The author has a way of making you feel their passion and bond with each other. It was almost like you were in the story with them. I enjoyed all the characters throughout the story. I felt their connection even Morrison who I did not like at first but who later turns out to be a great friend to Brianna and Nathan.

Morrison has his own horror story for joining the FBI which made me feel very sorry for him. The author has several paranormal creatures in the book such as vampires, witches, etc. The book keeps you guessing until the very end who the murderer is and why these women are being killed. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and can’t wait to read more of the author’s books!

     

Find out more about P.A. Lupton and what she’s working on at her Website.

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September 1, 2011 - Posted by | New Author, New Book Releases, New Releases, Reviews, Spotlight On... | , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. I tried to put 5 stars but it posted only 1 star and wouldn’t allow me to change it! 5 star book all the way!

    Comment by Ken | September 1, 2011 | Reply

    • Hi Ken,
      I’m not sure how this rating system works either, lol. Thanks for taking the time to rate it though and to let me know. 🙂

      Comment by sidhevicious | September 1, 2011 | Reply

  2. I’m glad I finally have a physical copy of the book. Lupton was supposed to send me a PDF copy before she published (she’s an old neighbour of mine, and we took Self Defense classes together) for me to edit, but she forgot.. so I’m being extra critical of any grammatical errors and typos! Not too many so far 😛
    It seems like a nice easy read, and I can’t wait until I get further in.

    Comment by Keara Connell | September 12, 2011 | Reply


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